I posted about this in the iPhone troubleshooting section but I thought I might get more discussion here. My girlfriend's MacBook has iCloud set up (I think, I don't actually use her computer) and through it she's able to receive text messages and other alerts from her phone. She recently asked me about a few websites I'd visited on my phone. I went to these sites on my 5s while on her WiFi, but as far as I know there was never a time I logged into my iCloud on her computer. Is there any way Safari history on an iPhone 5s can be viewed on a MacBook which shares a WiFi network? For the life of me, I cannot figure out how she was able to see the sites I'd visited. Does anyone have any solutions? The set up in the apartment is... MacBook Two iPhone 5s One WiFi network The only time I'm on the internet it's on my 5s. Sometimes I'm not on WiFi, sometimes I am. Also, if my phone's activity was being displayed on her MacBook, would that only happen while we were on the safe WiFi network? Or could it happen when I'm at my own apartment not on Wifi, or at work on another network? I've never thought I had a use for iCloud so I haven't looked into its capabilities before now, and I figure talking to real people would be a better option than scouring articles for clues.